Last drill night we were discussing who was the longest serving in our RU. Now we all know that personnel in the Reserves tend to be somewhat older, but many join older so their length of service doesn't reflect their advancing years. A quick glance down the Navy List, which only shows Officers, shows one poor Lt (or perhaps they're enjoying themselves too much?) with a seniority date of 1981 (and funnily enough in a branch that no longer exists in the RNR); that of course does not show when they joined. I know of a CPO who retired recently who'd joined in the late '60s and was a CPO Wren when the present Commodore joined in the 1970s!! Any old and bold out there? I guess theoretically we could have someone who joined in 1968 still serving, or even before with service extensions.